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Changes to parks in Doncaster

Changes to parks in Doncaster

Changes to parks in Doncaster

Doncaster Council have made a number of changes to parks and play areas in the town since they reopened after a period of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Signage has been installed, advising users of safe practice and social distancing measures.

Council officers have also performed safety checks to ensure that play equipment, outdoor gym equipment, multi-use games areas and skate parks are able to remain open on a safe and restricted basis.

It has been requested that those experiencing symptoms of coronavirus refrain from visiting.

Those without symptoms are asked to continue to adhere to social distancing guidance and use hand sanitiser regularly.

Hand sanitising stations are not being provided at the park, so users are advised to bring their own.

In a Facebook update yesterday, Doncaster Council said:

“We’ve now installed signs and made checks to ensure play equipment outdoor gym equipment, multi-use games areas and skate parks can open on a restricted basis.

“If you are visiting please:

“Adhere to physical distancing guidance at all times.

“Take hand sanitiser and use it regularly.

“Don’t visit if you have any Coronavirus symptoms

Respect the park. Take your litter home or use the bins provided.

If you’re with your dog, pick up any dog mess.”

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